[fpc-devel] Pascal Standard, and what we can do.
hnb.code at gmail.com
Fri Jul 24 12:50:37 CEST 2015
2015-07-24 12:13 GMT+02:00 Den <cyraid at gmail.com>:
> Looks like I sparked quite a bit of interest! Perhaps we could work
> on a Standard instead of just on the Compiler itself? This gives people
> more of a look on what 'could' happen, instead of a Wiki where everyone can
> just edit. A system where voting is necessary, just like Standards from
> W3C, Khronos, etc, etc. A mailing list where people debate endlessly is not
> productive; we could have had a # of votes to see what should/should not be
> implemented, instead of a few key members deeming what's 'pascalish' or
> not. You may create that fork/branch now, but who knows who will actually
> end up merging it in? If they ever do. This is why we need a standard, so
> that there is NO wasted work, and people can get experience implementing
> things that are well documented first and know how they should act.
Simple/light voting system for that purpose integrated with "proposal
documents" is also in my roadmap (something like
https://gcc.gnu.org/projects/cxx1y.html but with users accounts/simple
comments/voting system). Anyway I don't have any timeline for that. Maybe
I'll do it sooner than any compiler change.
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